FASD Communities, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing supportive housing and life skills to young adults affected by FASD and a member of the NOFAS Affiliate Network, is seeking a Program Director for its Aloha Community Platteville house in Wisconsin.
Located in Platteville, a one-hour drive from Madison, WI and Devenport, Iowa, and within a three-hour drive of Milwaukee and Chicago, Illinois, the facility is fully licensed and is move-in ready for the new director and residents!
This is an exciting job for someone who is compassionate, wants to make a difference in someone’s life and has the desire to build and replicate this program. The ideal candidate is a self-starter, is a leader and has strong communication and organizational skills, a business background, and must be compassionate towards young adults living with FASD.
Experience working with people with disabilities, at risk youth or social work is helpful. An understanding of FASD is also preferred, however FASD Communities will provide training in this area. Farming or agricultural experience is also a plus.
The Program Director will be responsible for developing appropriate programs for residents, hiring and oversight of additional staff, maintaining accurate documents and records, and adhering to licensing requirements. The Director reports to the President of FASD Communities.
The position could include housing for an individual or couple, and salary will be commensurate with relevant experience.
For more information including pictures of the Aloha Community Platteville house and property visit www.fasdcommunities.org. To apply, send your resume and a cover letter describing your relevant experience, knowledge about FASD, and why you are interested in the position to Gigi Davidson at FASD Communities.